In the basement of the Assembly Rooms, this museum contains a wonderful collection of costumes worn from the 16th to late 20th...
Museum of East Asian Art
Bath's Asian arts museum contains more than 500 jade, bamboo, porcelain and bronze objects from Cambodia, Korea and Thailand, and...
Same Same But Different
Boho hang-out for the town's trendies, tucked down an alley off George St. Savour wine by the glass, snack on a plate of tapas or sip a...
Bath's very own kaiten (conveyor-belt) restaurant, with colour-coded dishes of nigiri, sushi and sashimi. Look out for unusual options...
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Assembly Rooms information
Opened in 1771, the city's glorious Assembly Rooms were where fashionable Bath socialites once gathered to waltz, play cards and listen to the latest chamber music. You're free to wander around the rooms, as long as they haven't been reserved for a special function; rooms open to the public include the card room, tearoom and the truly splendid ballroom, all of which are lit by their original 18th-century chandeliers. The Assembly Rooms were all but gutted by incendiary bombs during WWII but have since been carefully restored.